Comfort Suites I-15 Miramar
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... had been celebrating their 6th wedding anniversary and were from San Bernardino about 200 kms away.
We then went to the pictures where I fell asleep for the most part. A little drunk i was at that stage. Then we got a taxi home, had tea at The Red Lobsters before going home and bed.
Another great day although once again I am suffering from the sun. I was wearing a hat and still have trouble. Still tomorrow is another day and hopefully a little cloudier. ...
... bad luck began for me. I’ll sum this up in my next update because it overlaps with Seattle; my next destination!
*If you’re reading this James, I would like to clarify that I did not at any point swing from your chandeliers, mainly because you don’t have any chandeliers. If you did have a chandelier, I cannot guarantee that I wouldn’t have tried it.
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Today is Sunday and because it is Easter, we decided to get a later start. Many places are closed and the open ones are going to be crowded. The Gas Lamp district was quiet and Horton Plaza was closed. This is Spring Break week out here so the open places were very busy.
We boarded an Old Town Trolley for a different kind of sight ...
... at the hotel and fast asleep.
The sleep thing was weird. As I mentioned, we were exhausted and I should also mention we had a few cocktails at dinner. This was good- because the gaslamp was nuts and the Keating, while appointing itself in every luxury known to man, failed to put in new windows. Every yelp, every woo-girl mating call, every entreaty to the bros to do shots- all echoed up to the room. So it was good ...
... buildings (old for America, that is) - they often have wedding ceremonies there, and it's easy to see why. In fact there were two going on whilst I was there, and I came very close to butting in and taking a few shots (just for the sake of practice, you know?) But I thought better of it, nobody wants to mess with an angry bride. So instead I focused my camera on the architecture.
The San Diego city tour ended with a stop at Seaport Village, a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility